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“There has been already a theory about it and those "invisible" and fuzzy skills are called Tacit Knowledge.”
“Oh, a couple of people at Northrop started the idea, with an airplane called Tacit RAINBOW, looked like a cross between a snow shovel and a French baguette, but it was manned, and the endurance wasn't so good.”
“Tacit" support is hard to pin down, but here's a list below of candidates (32 Republicans and Tancredo) on record as endorsing the measure, according to surveys by the Christian Family Alliance of Colorado and/or Colorado Right to Life.”
“Larry Horse: "Tacit" acceptance because of some of these secret Catholic societies.”
“Patents and Tacit Knowledge blog about articles archives media”
“Tacit in those assumptions is the belief that the much-wanted military tribunals will produce those convictions, and no panty-waist laws are going to get in their way.”
“Tacit support for that coup by King Bhumibol Adulyadej has also soured many rural people on the monarchy.”
“Here is the core argument from Weisberg's column, "Our Tacit Approval of Torture:”
“Tacit agreements have broken down as the Sunni-led independence movement in the south has grown and won support from some of the foreign militants, whose main target remains the government of Saudi Arabia.”
“Tacit cooperation, much less support, for the Afghan government or international forces, will lead to the killing, abduction, torture, or other abuse of themselves or their family members.”
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